Caroline L. Guensberg



Caroline Guensberg represents clients in both individual and class and representative actions pending in state and federal courts and arbitration. Her litigation practice covers various employment-related matters, including wage-and-hour, discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination and retaliation. Caroline also advises and counsels employers on compliance with federal, state and local laws and regulations; drafts employee handbooks and policies; and conducts internal investigations into allegations of discrimination, sexual harassment, retaliation and other alleged misconduct.

Prior to joining the firm, Caroline was an attorney at another national law firm in its Labor & Employment practice group.


Bar Admissions

District of Columbia
New York


Connecticut Appellate Court, Hon. Dennis G. Eveleigh, Hon. William J. Sullivan, Hon. Socrates H. Mihalakos, and Hon. Joseph H. Pellegrino, 2018-2019


George Washington University Law School
J.D. with honors, Federal Circuit Bar Journal (notes editor) (2018)

Wake Forest University
B.A. in English and Political Science, magna cum laude (2014)

Insights & Events

Other Perspectives
  • What Were They Thinking? How the FAR Makes Responsibility Determinations a Guessing Game
    27 Federal Circuit Bar Journal (Sept. 2017)

Firm Blog Contributions

  • LaborSphere – a resource providing coverage and insights on breaking cases, recently enacted legislation and a broad range of labor issues

Leadership & Community

Pro Bono

Caroline advises nonprofit organizations on employment law issues including policies, handbooks and procedures. Further, Caroline’s pro bono work has included:

  • Representing an individual seeking social security disability benefits before the Social Security Administration
  • Representing a Honduran asylum-seeker in filing a complaint under the Federal Tort Claims Act


  • Faegre Drinker — Pro Bono Honor Roll, 2023
  • District of Columbia Courts’ Capital Pro Bono Honor Roll, 2019
Awards Methodology
No aspect of these recognitions has been approved by the highest court of any state.
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